If you want a golden rule that will fit everything, this is it: Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.William Morris.

Monday, March 28, 2016

What's up

Up on the design wall is my finished March rainbow scrap quilt. I can now say I have another project to machine quilt on, and another baby quilt to find a home for.

I'm working on the rest 
of my Quilty Circle 365 for the month. I found some new novelty prints at the Dallas quilt show earlier this month and I'm taking the time now to cut out I spy circles. 

Not sure if I will get them sewn  today or tomorrow, seeing how I really would like to start machine quilting on the baby quilt. I've been looking at images online of other urban nine patches. Wanted to get some quilting ideas on how to go about doing mine. I had to keep in mind that I am a beginner and cannot get some of the patterns that are shown accomplished because they were done either on a movable long arm or by a professional.
But nonetheless I have gotten some really good pattern that I am going to attempt

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  1. Now I understand what you were planning to do with the border! I love the scrappy border best of all. What a great idea!

  2. I am always in awe of your work, you certainly don't come across as a beginner. Love the purples.

  3. The two color border is the perfect compromise between light and dark and sets the blocks off perfectly. You have been on a roll lately. Spring is coming and I know you'll be outside more so sew while you can!

  4. get 'er done is such a sweet thing!

  5. Urban Nine Patch turned out beautifully. Looking forward to seeing how you quilt it. I have some of that same OSU fabric. I was going to say must be a staple of most OK quilters, I forget there's another school that also has it's own fabric line.


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